The Whole Works; -The Harmony of the Four Evangelists; 3

The Whole Works; -The Harmony of the Four Evangelists; 3 : Explanation of Divers Difficult Places of Holy Scripture and Exercitia Academica Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1822 edition. Excerpt: ...the Jews',"" 8L0. So that Christ is here convented before the Sanhedrim, although the evangelist hath not expressed so much ' totidem verbis;' and is put to answer for his life, about the violation of the sabbath, which they laid to his charge, upon what he had done and commanded to the man, that he had recovered. '1 As 2 Kings, xxiii. 16. Chap. i. 19. J Chap. vii. 1. Chap. ix. 22-l Chap. xviii. 12. '" Ver. 14-. h Some divide this seven-and-twentieth verse, and join the latter part of it, ' because he is the Son of man, ' to. the verse following, and read it in this sense and juncture, --" Because he is the Son of man, marvel not at this: " that is, ' Marvel not at this that I speak, although ye see me to be a man, ' 8Lc. And thus readeth the Syriac and Chrysostom, and some that follow him; and Chrysostom the rather upon this ground, --because Paulus Samosatenus abused the verse, pointed as we have it, to the denial of the godhead of Christ, making this argument upon it: ' If au-" thority to execute judgment was given to Christ, because he ' was the Sou of man, then had he not this power of himself, ' as God.' To which Chrysostom gave this answer, ----' If the Father gave authority of judging unto the Son upon this ground and reason, because he was man, ---then, by the same reason, all men should have the same authority, for they are men likewise.' And so it appeareth, that he was strained to point the verse as he did, joining that clause, ' because _he is the Son of man, ' to the verse following, that he might avoid the dint of the heretic's argument: --which had been more fairly fenced against, and without straining the...
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  • English
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